Susan Boyle

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Auld Lang Syne
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Make Me A Channel Of Your Peace
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O Holy Night (Cantique De Noel)
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The First Noel
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O Come, All Ye Faithful (Adeste Fideles)
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Away In A Manger
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Do You Hear What I Hear?
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Johnny Mathis, Susan Boyle - Do You Hear What I Hear?
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Celine Dion, Susan Boyle - O Holy Night (Cantique De Noel)
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Chances are if you've visited youtube lately you will have seen Susan Boyle's debut performance on the UK talent show 'Britain's Got Talent'. In what was surely a case study in not judging a book by the cover Boyle exhibited a voice that had the potential to sell millions of records. While a career in music from that moment was never in doubt her story has not been without its difficulties. But for all that her output has been nothing if not consistent with a large part of her discography in awe of our favourite season.

Susan's first Christmas album 'The Gift' was released in 2010, just a year after her dramatic entrance on TV. Over 10 tracks Boyle exhibited the hallmarks of someone who cherished the season. The album was mostly made up renditions of old Christmas favourites like 'The First Noel', 'Away In A Manger' and 'Auld Lang Syne' which gave the singer plenty scope to display her mezzo-soprano range. What marked this album out from other seasonal efforts however were several choices that fell outside the Christmas canon, including a cover of Lou Reed's 'Perfect Day' (as well Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah' and Crowded House's 'Don't Dream It's Over'). Susan also performed a duet with a talent she unearthed during the 'Susan's Search' competition. Amber Stassi was the lucky winner and you can hear her vocals on the pair’s 'Do You Hear What I Hear?’ together. To promote ‘The Gift’ Boyle performed several numbers at the lighting of the Rockefeller Christmas Tree ceremony.

The release of Susan's second festive release 'Home For Christmas' in 2013 coincided with the release of a movie in which she starred (her first ever acting role) called 'The Christmas Candle'. In the movie she sang a new song called 'Miracle Hymn' which would find its way onto 'Home For Christmas'. Reminiscent of an olden carol this song perfectly wrapped up Susan’s second ode to the season. Elsewhere she successfully mixed covers of secular and religious tracks with her take on Greg Lake’s ‘I Believe In Father Christmas’ taking the laurels for most transcendent moment. 'Home For Christmas' also featured a duet with Elvis Presley on 'O Come All Ye Faithful', a slightly odd departure you might think but this odd pairing had already played out successfully with several other female artists on 'Elvis’ Christmas Duets' in 2008. This duet would be one of the album’s signature singles with proceeds all going to charity. Boyle also chose another Christmas institution in Johnny Mathis to join her on a version of ‘When A Child Is Born’. She returned the favour when she joined Mathis on his own 2013 album ‘Sending Your A Little Christmas’ for their duet of ‘Do You Hear What I Hear?’

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